Looking for some artful ways to celebrate the Halloween season? Look no further than the Tualatin Valley!
Through October 31st, Bag and Baggage
Tickets: Adults $32/Students & Seniors $27
Sidney Bruhl, a once-successful writer of stage thrillers, is in the grip of chronic writer’s block, when young playwright Clifford Anderson sends Bruhl his brilliant new whodunit, Deathtrap. Desperate to set Broadway alight once more, should Bruhl kill the newcomer and pass the play off as his own?
Through October 19th – November 3rd
Tickets: $16 for adults and $14 for seniors (60 and over) and youths (17 and under)
It’s the classic tale of 5 college kids who travel to a cabin in the woods who accidentally unleash an evil force. It’s all up to Ash, played by Nick Serrone, (a housewares employee turned demon-killing hero) and his trusty chainsaw to save the day. Blood flies. Limbs are dismembered. Demons tell bad jokes … and all to music! The songs in the show are completely off the wall and so campy that you’ll find yourself humming along.
October 20th & 27th at Beaverton Civic Theatre
Tickets $5 For All Ages
A comedic and light-hearted audience interactive re-telling of Washington Irving’s classic tale of the bumbling schoolmaster of Sleepy Hollow for Young Audiences. Come early to make your props and participate in acting out the story!
October 20th at Primrose & Tumbleweeds
Tickets $5, Supplies Included
Create a spookily beautiful winged skeleton to add to your Halloween décor and enjoy drinks and treats!
October 23rd & 24th at The Vault Theater & Event Space
In celebration of the 80th-anniversary, Fake Radio presents a live recreation of the radio broadcast that shocked America. The War of the Worlds, by H.G. Wells, will be recreated in its entirety from the original October 1938 broadcast on CBS.
October 27th at Urban Decanter
A walking tour of ghostly tales in downtown Forest Grove followed by wine and appetizers. Reservations required.
October 28th at Sherwood Center for the Arts
Tickets: $3 For All Ages
Come dressed in your spooky best and enjoy Casper on the big screen. Sweet treats and popcorn will be available for purchase.
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